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The software tools you need, all in one place
To enhance the value our customers get from their SPIDA products, SPIDA has developed and maintains a large portfolio of integration tools. Whether you are looking to improve user experience, remotely interact with your SPIDA products, or to help you simplify a specific task, below you will find some common integration points to get you started.
The SPIDAexchange project format used by SPIDAcalc and SPIDAstudio is open, human readable, and well-documented. This format gives integrators access to every piece of functionality in SPIDAcalc – from attachments and assemblies to loading analysis results.
SPIDAcalc provides a command-line tool, calc-cli, that allows any type of file that can be opened by SPIDAcalc to be analyzed without launching the software. This tool supports local and cloud analysis.
With cloud analysis, SPIDAcalc designs can be analyzed in the cloud over a REST API. Cloud analysis also provides a web-based results viewer.
When SPIDAcalc is running, it also operates a small web server that will only accept requests from the local computer. Integrating applications can interact with SPIDAcalc via this API which does not require an active internet connection. It works in the field! This service allows users to open and save projects, export project data, run scripts and reports, and query client engineering data.
SPIDAcalc supports OSM and WMS map layers. It comes with three preconfigured Esri base maps with an overlay to show stations in SPIDAstudio. You can configure a different base layer or add overlay layers by configuring them in the map.groovy file that is installed with SPIDAcalc.
SPIDAstudio’s Project API can be used to create projects, retrieve projects, and interact with projects or parts of projects.
SPIDAstudio’s User API can be used to create, update, delete, and query users.
SPIDAstudio’s Asset API can be used to create and interact with stations and other assets, and can create a powerful Asset Search.
SPIDAstudio’s Design Storage API allows integrating applications to interact directly with the SPIDAcalc pole and location data stored in SPIDAstudio. Additionally, this pole and location data is available as a Web Feature Service (WFS) for complex querying.
Webhooks allow an integrating application to listen for and respond to activities such as project creation, status changes, updates to forms, etc. as they occur in SPIDAstudio.
Integrating applications can trigger any of the workflow actions in SPIDAstudio.
SPIDAstudio’s map can be configured to show your poles and other assets on the map from your existing GIS asset service.
SPIDAstudio’s map base layer and overlays can be configured to display data from your existing GIS system.
SPIDAstudio’s map can be configured to show your poles from Design Storage on the map.
Online analysis results can be viewed using an embeddable web-based results viewer.